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Accounts Receivable Specialist

Committee For Children




Committee for Children (CFC) is a nonprofit working globally to foster children’s social-emotional development and prevent bullying, violence, and child abuse. Our research-based social-emotional learning programs are used in more than 25,000 schools in 70 countries around the world. These programs help more than 13 million children each year stay safe, respect themselves and others, succeed in school today, and build a better world for tomorrow.


We are looking for an Accounts Receivable Specialist to join our growing team in Seattle! Our ideal candidate will have strong accounts receivable and collection skills, with the ability to work with a large volume of numbers accurately and efficiently. We are looking for someone with the willingness to take on a variety of different tasks throughout the organization.


Primary Responsibilities

  • Retrieve, process, and enter all incoming receipts in an accurate and timely manner.
  • Monitors outstanding balances for determination of next steps in the collection process.
  • Make collections calls daily on past due accounts.
  • Assist in resolving billing-related problems and concerns.
  • Effectively communicates with clients & staff in a timely manner.
  • Research and resolve client account issues.
  • Other projects as assigned.


  • High school diploma or GED
  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience with accounts receivable & collections
  • Minimum of 3 years of customer service experience
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience using ERP & CRM software – Dynamics Solomon & Infor preferred
  • Ability to work with large volume of numbers accurately and efficiently
  • Highly developed attention to detail
  • Ability to organize, prioritize and accomplish a variety of tasks or demands
  • Ability to work well independently and collaborate effectively with a team

 Committee for Children is an EEO Employer/Disabled/Vets



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